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This is what I call Christmas!

Just look how gorgeous everything is!
Oh boy would I love to have my house decorated like this for Christmas.
Oh well we can always enjoy these lovely photos from the awesome
blog Hostess with the Mostess. And there's a bunch more pics
over at the blog so don't miss out, go check it out!

Oh and ps. For those of you who are interested in my freebies,
I can reveal that I'm working on a whole new set of vintage 
inspired tags for you to use on your christmas gifts, as decorations,
on christmas cards, on scrapbook layouts etc etc..

You will all be able to download these for FREE  real soon, so keep
checking back, or follow the  blog for all  the latest updates ♥


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